Former Hearts of Lions goalkeeper, Stephen Ahorlu says the club will not just add up to the numbers in the top flight next season.
Hearts of Lions returned to the premier league after collecting 56 points in ZONE III with four games to end the Division One League.
Ahorlu, who is now the club’s goalkeepers’ trainer, spoke to Radio Gold Sports.
“We are not just coming and say we have come back and we will go again.
“It is something that happened for Hearts of Lions to be relegated.
“And this time that Hearts of Lions of back into the premier league, we are coming to continue our wonders again so it’s just we are coming back and returning to Division One again, no.” Stephen Ahorlu told Radio Gold Sports.
The 34-year-old previously played for Medeama SC upon return from Israeli club, Hapoel Ashkelon.
Prior to his first premier league experience with Hearts of Lions, he played for Togo Premier League club, Dynamic Togolais also known as Dyto fc.
Ahorlu was a member of the Black Stars squad at the 2010 FIFA World Cup that finished at the quarter final stage.